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. >>> and a pair of twin sisters shared a rare birthday. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] everyone likes a bit of order in their life. virtual wallet helps you get it. keep track of spending, move money with a slide, and use the calendar. all to see your money how you want. ♪ >>> thieves have been snatches purses right out of women's cars. pat collins has our our report. >> reporter: look at the sneaky move, ducking down near the pump, reaching in the passenger's window, grabbing the purse and making a getaway before you can fill her up. warning -- they're not bashful about it. it happened four times in about three hours this morning. 9:46, the snobun sun okayo. and then the wawa, and 12:36 p.m., this shell station at 5604 st. barn abbas road. a woman is on her way to new york, some guys in a green mercedes drive up on this side, open her passenger door, steal her purse, off they go. >> we know it's a trauma dib crime to have their personal items taken. so we really feel for that victim. we want to bring closure to that case. >> reporter: it happened recently on sheriff road. we have surveillance vid
found more than a quarter million was spent on an awards ceremony in november of 20 twin. and that one day event took place in crystal city. members of congress are outraged about the wasteful spending. >> and what is incredible is this quarter of a million dollar one-day conference spent a total of $20,578 for 4,000 drum sticks. >> the award ceremony took place after the agency had spent nearly $1 million on a conference for employees in las vegas. the revelation about the vegas conference led to a major shakeup at the agency. >>> the news edge on maryland now. pepco's performance during last month's derecchio was under a microscope. the company was blasted from state lawmakers, customers in the audience who were angry and many others. >> reporter: to hear of pepco's top people say that they did a good job, considering nobody predicted the storm on june 29th and that affected millions of customers and was felt over 10 states. but none of the defense fell on sympathetic ears. it didn't help that the storm swept through in the middle of a heat wave and people had no air conditioning and
of july at the ballpark. in detroit, prince fielder got the tigers going against the twins. a single that drove in two runs. cabrera went three for three with two home runs and three rbi and justin verlander making his case for starting the allstar game, his fifth complete game. tigers 5, twins 1. on the south side of chicago, rival kevin youkilis making white sox fans happy again last night. a diving stop to nail adrian beltran and then an rbi hit to left in the tenth inning. sox with a walk-off win 5-4. in washington, not only did thomas jefferson win the fourth of july president's race waving the flag all the way, but the nationals and red, white and blue beat the visiting giants behind back-to-back homers behind zimmerman and morris. >>> another two-run shot. final nats 9, giants 4. after eight seasons with the phoenix suns trying to beat kobe bryant and the lakers, free agent steve nash is joining him. the point guard signed a three-year, $27 million contract with the lakers. nash was second in the nba in assists last season and averaged almost 13 points a game. at wimbledon, to
with the twins later tonight. the orioles looking to stop an early second-half slide. justin verlander took to the mound for the tigers yesterday and the orioles could not do much against him. gave up only three hits. the orioles lost 4-0. it is the subject of our water cooler question of the day. how do you see the second half of the season playing out for the orioles? you can share your response on wbaltv.com, on our facebook page, or send us an e-mail to watercooler@wbaltv.com. >> 6:09, 75 degrees on tv hill. low gas prices may not be sticking around too long. >> ford is recalling some vehicles. >> one website male look a little different -- one website may look ill little different. >> changes coming up in the afternoon. >> tracking a new accident in hampstead. >> welcome back to 11 news today. 6:13. 75 degrees downtown. a hasty start to the day. very similar start to today as where we were yesterday. 75 at the airport. 96 was the high temperature yesterday. we were at 99 yesterday at the inner harbor. it was a very warm day. we got a little bit of rain yesterday. we're still about an i
fertilization and is now the proud mother of twins. congratulations to you. at considerable cost and all the emotional stress on you and your husband and the other wounded warriors who are going through this. first to you, senator, what can be done about it? >> right now, the v.a. has a ban on paying for fertility treatments. to me that is just wrong. we have over 600 service members and their spouses who have one of the signature wounds of this war from an ied explosion or otherwise where they have genital or urinary tract injuries that prevent them from having a child. providing fertility services is the difference between them, their life's dream of raising young children and having that taken away from them. to me, it's just no nonsense common sense, let's provide this kind of fertility treatment for them through the v.a. for both the service member and their spouses, and that's what i'm attempting to change. >> tracy, tell us about the twins, how old are they now, and what you went through with your husband, the cost, the expense of all of this, and fighting the bureaucracy. >> well
on the side of the road. turns out she's carrying twins. >>> veronica is watching the storms in our direction. >>> a double surprise for a state trooper in utah, he helped a mom deliver twins on the side of a highway. the ordeal was caught on his cruiser's dash cam and the new mom also deserves some praise. >> minutes after checking on duptty tuesday morning, sergeant was dispatched to a woman in labor with twins. >> i came upon and there they were by themselves, a honda accord. i walked up and she's in the front passenger seat and i had already had one baby in her arms. >> do you have another one ready to come out? >> with i healthy baby boy in her arms, he prepared for baby number two. >> i'll get my first-aid kit. >> we have a birthing kit, has a bulk and clamps and things like that. kind of got a couple of things out to prepare, told her, you know, if you feel like you want to push, go ahead. >> my water just broke on other one. oh, my goodness. >> the mother was a real -- she was a real trooper for lack of a better phrase hold gs on to this baby and getting ready to have the second one.
and could go home any day now. lana developed the infection days after giving birth to twins. she underwent more than 20 surgeries but managed to keep all of her limbs. this morning on the "today" show she said she's overcome one challenge. now she's looking forward to the challenge of raising twins. >> you've been through a lot, though, haven't you? >> i have. it's been a long road, a lot of which i don't remember, but we're recovering and that's what matters. >> i understand your doctors say now you could go home as early as tomorrow, at least sometime this week. let's put aside your own health for a moment. are you ready to tangle with those infant twins? >> yes, i think i am. they've been visiting the hospital, so i've been practicing. >> she's a paramedic. her doctors say her medical training was crucial because she recognized early on that she needed to go to the hospital. >>> our time right now is 11:52. coming up, why police pull the plug on a concert featuring two musical icons. plus we'll be back with another check on how long our lates >>> you're watching "news 4 midday." >>> you
. these are so new they are pink. a pair of pandas, twins born early wednesday in china. mom is taking care of the first cub and researchers took the second to give it a check up. female cubs tip the scalessa the at just over five ounces, that's about the weight of a deck of cards. both of them are doing well tonight. >>> check this out. was it love at first site? this unlikely couple. a dolphin swims up to investigate. the kids from the dog. video -- posted on youtube. it has about 14 5,000 5,000 hit this is week movement if you are going to swim in illinois in the lake you can run into this. a fisherman caught the fish and thought it was a piranha. it's a fish that from the amazon. >>> great britain a report that two fisherman bled to death after this fish bit off their testicles. you all right? >> you know good news is they said that -- this fish won't live in the winter. he they will be gone president that's the good news. >>> the weather and the humidity, you don't like the humidity, well you aren't going to like this forecast. humid. we turn the temperature down. 88 degrees. chance
out of the twin cities tonight. we'll check next, coming up in sports. is anight's jackpot estimated $28 million. you must match these five white balls plus a gold megaball. 21-1-49-55-13. is 17.'s megaball number if no one magic is all six numbers, fides jack >> the orioles have lost 16 of 23 games. the rotation is a mess and the offense has stalled, but somehow they are tied for second in the american league east. time to figure it out is running short. last place, minn., trying to even up the series. a wild pitch and he will take a run anyway he can get it. the orioles take a 1-0 lead. making the first part of the year -- first start of the year, takes care of josh willingham. he could not get out of the fifth inning. he would have the lead at one point thanks to adam jones. a three-run shot, the 21st of the season. the orioles have not won a game he has pitched since mid-june. that is a stretch of 10 consecutive games before tonight. we are in the bottom of the seventh and is 6-4. the sex abuse scandal reduce scandal at penn state has already seen jerry sandusky convicted. is the
! children! zaakira mitchell nd shaakira white... identical twins from south carolina... both delivered babies on the same day. and get this... their due dates were almost a month apart!dr. james ferguson... who delivered both of their babies... says he couldn't believe it when both women turned up at the hospital tuesday. "i kind of joked with shaakira that she was trying to steal her sister's limelight for that day. i just thought, 'this is not really believable.'" -butt to- "everybody always asks, 'did you all plan this? did you all plan this?' no, it was not planned!" 3 the sisters delivered their babies one hour apart.one sister had a boy... while the other delivered átwinsá... a boy and girl. 3 ravens camp is up and running. the team will be back on the field for their second full squad workout of the season.ed reed, ray lewis and ray rice were all there as training camp kicked off thursday... but haloti ngata wasn't. he hurt his hamstring.left tackle bryant mc kinney was also absent...for quote personal reasons...no word on when he'll be back...joe flacco is opening his fift
that book! can you believe the twin d did it? ♪ [ female announcer ] swiffer. great clean in less time. or your money back. ♪ temperatures are already in the lower 80's. -- a littlebeltway bit of cloud is this morning, total sunshine. the high will be 60. right up to -- the high will be right up to 100. it will feel like 100 to 105. harter tomorrow, dangerously hot. high temperature. that is record-tying. a better chance of storms on sunday. that pop-up to have windsance of having gusty and even hail. let's compare that to the record. thumb, you have to exceed 100 degrees to break -- breaking a record. it looks like we will cool down by monday. that point, we get to the mid-80's. we will start with a look at street bridge. no traffic to speak of. a couple of cars heading from arlington into the district. good ride all the way up from springfield. we are in good shape. all the way up to the 14th street bridge. hov restrictions are in effect. here we are at 270 as you head down into the lane and divide the inner loop or outer loop of the public. -- of the beltway. no accidents to repor
. >>> the oriels lose in the battle with the twins in minnesota. they started off on the right foot, adam jones hits a three run homer in the 5th. the oriels lead at that point 4-1. pitcher zach britain could not hold on that lead, walking six battering and allowing four runs. the oriels lost 6-4. the oriels road trip will continue this weekend in cleveland. saturday night it will be on wjz. see the oriels and indians live at 7:00 right here on wjz 13. >> yeah, buddy. america's great north coast. >>> i was just over there updating all the info, it starts changing at the top of the hour. weather is going to be a big player today. the heat is one of our leads. potential thunderstorms is the other. let's walk outside and watch the beautiful sunrise. i mean, there's some high clouds off to the east that were diffused. it was a red sunrise, it was really interesting. about 10 minutes after that, you can start to feel the heat. let's take a look at our watch, warning and advisory graphic. 11:00 through 9:00 we have a heat advisory in effect. it's going to feel like 105. it's going to feel hotter with
is about to be the daddy of two twin boys. >> tell us what gave you the idea to do this? >> when we came to new york in 1985 from italy, i noticed how diverse this society is as opposed to the italian one. at the same time through the years, how much we do have in common. then as i traveled and i married my wife 12 years ago, who is african-american, i got to experience firsthand how much we do share as human beings and americans. >> sure. >> how long did it take you to venture all across the country? >> eventually seven years, 16,000 miles by car. >> and it wasn't so much the pictures you took, which are all wonderful, but the stories behind the pictures, right? >> yeah. >> you went all the way to alaska. tell us about what happened in alaska. >> tell us about new york city. i think we need to do them in order. >> yes. that's why hoda is here. >> wait. that doesn't look like new york city to me. >> looks like alaska to me. >> what i was saying is alaska. start with that, if you wouldn't mind. >> well, alaska was the most exciting just because of the mail round, they call it. i went on a
on the concourse at target field, it's his 15th home run and the twins still up 2-1. top eight now, twins cling to a lead and mark reynolds and kind of finds the sweet spot in the outfielder here. this blooper into center field, two runs come into score and the orioles take a 4-3 lead. bottom nine, how about the all-star jim johnson trying to close it out for the birds. and that's exactly what he does. the orioles go on to win, 4-3. johnson picks up his 28th save of the year. that is tied for the major league lead. talking golf now. round one of the british open belonged to an australian. and adam scott took advantage. tieing the record for the first time in his career. several big names near the top of the leader board, including tiger woods. how about tiger fans showing up kind of like that. >> i like it a lot. >> tiger came out of the box in a hurry, his 205 yard tee shot day i say tight. very solid from the tee shots today. par five seventh now, major problem for mil mickelson, can't find his ball and he chunks it over the fair way in the other rough. you can hear him say, are you kidding m
cool off tomorrow. temperatures and lynn getting into the '70s. >>ysabel: a pair of oakland the twins are headed for an ivy league school they refused to let like >> they are off to yale. of course there are still challenges. they did of scholars of for their other expenses as well. >>marty: they're joining us this morning to refers all, congratulations. you should feel very proud. tell us about the first ricky-tick of their did visit the campus theorist than it was amazing to go there in me so many new people. we met so many people that were down to earth, it is easy to think everyone there would be privileged. talks >> we were there to three days in april. it was a wonderful experience. >>catherine: was the steal the college of applied to? demo we received multiple offers. our main twisted or volume, uc-berkeley in yield. cost calls want >> in some senses, many latino kids feel a sense of isolation. at least you have each other. >> yes. >> you graduated first and second in your class in high school. >> tell us about the influence the your mother had an education. >> she has gone thr
'd be talking about rain here as it stands. for us, it's been drizzle and a lot of it. twin peaks picked up .07. you can call it light rain. diamond heights .05 and the mission .04. eureka valley, golden gate heights, castro, all at .04. that's a pretty measurable amount. even inland locations are getting some misty conditions. i saw that on tori campbell's tweet this morning, some misty conditions coming in. today will be the coolest day by far. it started yesterday and will bottom out today. wind will pick up later once this low cloud deck burns out. it goes out to the back 40. there will be 70s here and the forecast model has climatology built into it. there will not be any 80s. this is a really cool pattern. fort bragg, yes, right on the cusp there of probably getting afternoon shower activity. 50s and right at 60, the lows are just stuck. everybody's cloudy or mostly cloudy. there it is, that low, and might dip a little bit toward cave menacino. as it stands, low clouds, some sun, a windy day again. heavy duty drizzle will give way to temperatures way below average. 50s and 60s for many, e
a 35 mi. long twin tunnel from the sacramento river to tracy with the idea to send water to homes in l.a. and farmers in the central valley. >> it also calls for the restoration of delta habitats >> the estimated price tag is about $23 million or more. this morning we sat down with a skeptic who is the assistant manager of the contra costa water district will really be affected by this. i asked him how this plan differs from the peripheral canal that was proposed and blocked in the 1980's. >> that was 25,000 cubic foot per second canal that would do the same thing taking water from the north to the south. this morning, the flow in the sacramento river is about 21,000 cubic feet per second. reposal is to use tunnel's instead of a canal and go under the delta and 9000 cubic feet per second so it is considerably size down but the most important thing about the plan is how it would be operated and that is unspecified. we don't know how would be operated, we don't know yet what the water supply benefit to southern california is. the current plan could even give them less water than they get
scored. the minnesota twins have the fewest wins in the national league. watch ben revere getting down and dirty from the twins. robbing extra base there is. second inning, twins already up 7-1. joe mauer, a solo home run over the right field wall. twins win the final of 19-7. the orioles the second place team in the a.l. east. game tied in the bottom of the eighth, 2-2. bases loaded for raul ibanez. yankees win 6-3. they now have a nine-game lead on the orioles in the a.l. east. up next, it's what we've been waiting for, steve ratner with the charts. and g.q.'s look behind the most invasive process in politics, vetting the v.p. candidates. keep it on "morning joe." we'll be right back. ♪ t dog. every bite goes above and beyond the call of deliciousness. that's a big 10-4 kosher. with no fillers, by-products, artificial flavors or colors. hebrew national. the better-than-a-hot dog- hot dog. here at the hutchison household. but one dark stormy evening... there were two things i could tell: she needed a good meal and a good family. so we gave her what our other cats love, purina cat ch
ray rice. the orioles aren't minneapolis this morning and open a series against the twins. they have lost jason hammel for four to six weeks, he is having knee surgery today. justin verlander may be the best pitcher in the game. chris davis strikes out. the tigers shut out the orioles. this course a run -- this scores a run. the big story yesterday, the major league debut of stephen johnson, the graduate of st. paul's high school. he gets don kelly and their use see dj. he left to a standing ovation. he did give up a home run to miguel cabrera. the orioles are shut out but are eight games back of the yankees. the yankees lost to the angels. t goes flying.lyi guess who gets it? spike lee. angels cool off the yankees. granderson with a tremendous catch. weaver is 11-1. for payment deadline for the ravens to sign ray rice to wait long term contract. if not, he will play under the franchise tag. 4000 kids and their parents. ray said he is optimistic that a deal will get done. this is troy madison from 59 feet away on 17. this eagle ties him with a sack johnson for the lead -- for zach jo
the orioles to during the next 11 games. they play the tigers, the twins, and then cleveland and tampa and oakland. upgrading the starting rotation is a priority. the orioles get nick markakis back when they play the tigers tomorrow. we'll see what happens when the season resumes. the orioles will start in second place. toronto and boston are nine and a half back. no team in the american league east has a sub .500 record. can the orioles hang in the pennant race? right now they are the second wild-card team. the olympics begin in london at the end of the month. that is where ray lewis is spending some time, spreading his own football gospel. >> if i could spend some time with them and speak with them and share with me that they did not have the money. i'm not looking for money. so to have me come here for the decision are me telling my team i want to go to london, i want to talk to them and sit down and talk to those young man. >> i'm going to be with ray rice tomorrow his second anti- bullying rally and that is free to the kids. >> when ray lewis asks what time is it, do the kids look
nearly 8- grand... and whether or not police have any leads in the case. and.. identical twins... give birth just hours apart.but why they had no idea their children would be born on the same day. 3 3 3 today is friday, july 27. ááad libáá libáá óóóóóó has 15 minutes to call us at 410-481-4545 and claim their prize.if he/she doesn't call in... we'll draw another name... so stay tuned.you could still be a winner today! today!want to get your name in the box?just go to our facebook page.. facebook dot com slash foxbaltimore... become a fan and complete the entry form to enter.go to our website for complete contest rules. 3 3 3 3 flames rip through an apartment building in randallstown.it ignited around two o'clock this morning.... and crews are still working to contain the fire. fire.we know the fire injures one fighter.megan gilliland is live from the scene with the latest on his condition and the residents as well. well.good morning guys,we live along yennar lane... --two alarm fire randallstown--broke out around 2:00 this morning --3628 yennar lane not from liberty road
love that book! can you believe the twin did it? ♪ [ female announcer ] swiffer. great clean in less time. or your money back. ♪ >>> it is 4:29. 96 degrees and sunny. hello. thanks for staying with eyewitness news. i'm denise koch. and here's what people are talking about. five days after a vicious thunderstorm batters maryland, tens of thousands of people are still without power. crews are working to get everyone back online. but it is a tough process and the intense heat is not helping. first warning weather coverage continues with mike schuh, and crews hard at work in north baltimore. >> the epicenter of damage has now moved to north baltimore, just south of towson, and east over to parkville. there are over 1300 out-of- towners and up to 4,000 total working this storm. >> carol used to be one in a million. >> saturday, sunday, and monday. through friday. >> reporter: now, he's about 1 in 100,000. near the city line on his porch to keep cool, he may not have to read the news. he's part of the news. >> down the street and back, across the street. probably from that unit down to t
the issue this afternoon. that powerful boom stopped play at the rangers/twins game last night in texas. it was the top of the fourth inning when that loud crack sent the players rushing off the field. the cameras've went black for a moment. rangers officials say the lightning struck north of the stadium and did not hit the facility at all. texas won the game following a 46-minute delay and it looks like they did the right thing there, running for konk. let's take a check on what's going on in our area weather wise with meteorologist tom kierein. >> we had thunder last night, nothing like that. did not have any severe weather last night and into this morning. we've had it settle down, but between last night late and into the morning hours, we had some of those passing showers an thundershowers rolling through. left anywhere from about a quarter of an inch to half an inch around the metro area. although frederick county, maryland, had four inches of rain. there was flooding there. some creeks and streams came out of their banks. now breaks in clouds around the region and temperatures are
in duffel bags. after 9/11, spider-man pulled a trailer with a helicopter with a web between the twin towers. christian bale released a statement, words can't express the horror that i feel. my heart goes out to them. i can't begin the pain and the grief of the victims and their loved ones. something interesting, warner brothers has decided to cancel the big premieres with the stars of the movies, they'll go ahead for special screenings for their promotional winners. and invited guests. >>> now, for a check of the other stories making headlines this morning, let's head over to ron claiborne. ron, good morning. >>> good morning, everyone. we begin with syria and the growing civil war in that country. syrian rebels have launched an assault on aleppo the country's largest city. this comes after a week of intense fighting of the capital damascus that put the government on the defensive. antigovernment forces have taken control of four border crossings with iraq and turkey. >>> the air force instructor convicted of rape has been sentenced to 20 years in prison. he'll be dishonorably discharged. a
in the country. we'll do the twin sister road trip tomorrow on "today." that's so fun. i'm natalie morales along with willie geist and tamron hall. is that vacation or work? >> vacation. >> a good gig. meanwhile if you're thinking about taking a family trip, how about camping with the kids, enjoy the outdoors. even if you haven't done it, what you need to know to ensure everybody, including tamron, has a good time. >> i say include an exit plan but i could be persuaded with s'mores. weather, a casual picnic, weekend at the beach. what to bring a host. creative ideas, perfect gift for any occasion. look at that, that's great. play a new game. dominos. >> on another note, today nbc news is launching latino.com, english language news and lifestyle featuring hispanic perspectives on family, food. i'm proud to say i'm a contributor. be sure to check out nbclatino.com. we're excited about this. stephanie abrams here for al. >> i love camping. you know you can camp in central park. what do you guys say? >> legally? >> yes. they have on friday nights or something. do you know about this? maybe we should
, a lifestylist. she knows what she's talking about. she's the mother of twins in bethesda. thanks for joining us this morning. >> thank you. >> we're going to start with organizing yourself the night before. this is really key, isn't it? >> this is key. this is my number one tip very for parents. prep the night before as much as you can. ten minutes the night before is going to save you double the amount of time in the morning. first step i say is pack a tote. whether it be with gym clothes or things you need to bring out the next day. dry cleaning, overdue library books. put it by the door before you go out. pack your lunch the night before. this is a great insulated container from the container store. what you can do is pack the ingredients inside, put it in the frig and in the morning you have your fresh lunch ready to go. involve the kids. >> this is huge. >> what i've done here is i've personalized these water bottles from a great place called cafepress.com. they can pack it the night before. in the morning everyone knows who's is whose and it can go into the backpack. everyone knows in the
at this table. can you bring that in close? greg gutfeld's long lost twin in the psychiatric institute and he's okay now. >> all i can hear in the background is the producers laughing. we have to move along. it's hard to move to a new city and i heard you say it's hard to get a good pair of shoes. i was shopping for shoes and i bought you that. >> thanks, that's what i wanted! great. >> that looks good. >> i hope it's the right size. >> it's wonderful. thank you very much. >> very nice. >> all right, guys, one more thing tonight. sad news to report, sally ride, the first american woman in space died after a 17 month battle with cancer. she was 61. she blasted into space on the challenger. her family are in our prayers and i think president obama made a nice tribute speech to her and that's it for
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feel like their kids are adults? i have twin 21 years old. each kid has their own path. they grow up, and they're out having their life. i really started to talk to them about the things that are important that they have to take ownership over. my name's colleen stiles, and my kids and i did our wills on legalzoom. [ shapiro ] we created legalzoom to help you take care of the ones you love. go to legalzoom.com today and complete your will in minutes. at legalzoom.com, we put the law on your side. >> business created 80,000 new jobs last month. that is a step in the right direction. >> this is a time for choose if they want more of the same. it doesn't have to be this way. the americans can do better. >> that was president obama and mitt romney riacting to the disappointing job news. bill kristol of the weekly standard and ab stoddard and fox news analyst juan williams . >> we are looking at jobs numbers and i don't think we have to go over them again. but we should point out historically voters look at year before the election. first three looked good. but the last three are dismal.
harry reid even said burn them. >>> a new mother of twins who was infected with flesh-eating bacteria, she could be leaving the hospital as early as today. can you believe it? l lana has been diagnosed for two months now. she has made a great recovery. lana talked to cnn about the ups and the downs. >> sometimes i cry over, you know, the fact that i'm sick. sometimes i cry over missing the babies. sometimes i've cried over knowing that life will never be, like, i guess, i had always thought it would be. but it will still be a good life. >> that's a great attitude. the new mom has had more than 20 surgical procedures, including skin graphs and reconstruction. here's the good news. no amputations. >> as a mother of twins, she's in for some great days ahead of her. >> that's right, you have twins. >> good luck. >>> a banged up yacht is back home in connecticut this morning after its crew was saved by a cruise ship in a daring rescue that was posted on youtube. the norwegian cruise ship that made the rescue veerd off course on its way back from bermuda after getting a distress call from t
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predictions, the twin predictions are terrible. three more days at least before almost all of the power is restored. and on each of those days, temperatures approaching 100 degrees. from capitol hill, i'm steve handelsman, news 4. >> thanks, steve. >>> so, how about relief from the heat on the 4th of july holiday? maybe, maybe not. doug, what do you say? >> that's exactly the forecast, jim. it's maybe, maybe not. it depends on whether you get a shower or thunderstorm that may help to cool doings down for just a little while. but the heat will be there for everybody throughout much of the day. temperatures outside of 94 degrees, but notice the clouds. they have moved into the area as some storms are just off to the west. we have a brand-new severe thunderstorm warning, waiting for my beeper to go off any second, hampshire county, storms making their way from washington county into frederick county. there's the severe thunderstorm warning. back to the west, 87 in martinsburg, 88 in winchester. as we look at the radar, we'll show you where the storms are. we have one to the south. this is
league to the major leagues a scary moment happened on the field in texas yesterday during the rangers/twins game. [ thunder ] >> that was thunder. it sent the players scrambling into the dugout and then the sky opened up. a huge downpour, rain delay lasting 45 minute. >>> up next tragedy in maryland, new details about the drowning of three children. >> later look at this, a great white shark following a kayaker. we'll hear from him coming up. >> if you see a story we should look into, give us a call 202- 895-3000. send your tips to fox5tips at wttg.com. quick how many devices in your home use the internet? you're still counting aren't you? today we live online and in a few years the number of devices in your home will double. some networks can't handle it, but verizon fios is 100% fiber optic so it's faster and can handle it, and now a revolution in speed is here -- fios quantum speed, more than twice as fast as america has ever seen. to find out more about fios quantum go to verizon.com/fiosquantum. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. real big dea
. >> upper 90s in dallas, kansas city and colorado springs. 80s from the twin cities to new york. 106 in phoenix. 78 in seattle. my son heard the thunder. he's like, mommy, fireworks. >> that's what it sounded like. >> not really. it did. it was loud. >>> let the good times roll on this next one. mark your calendars because there's only 199 days until my saints play in the super bowl, and better yet in the superdome in the city of new orleans. >> it won't happen. >> it will happen. redemption will be ours. >> that is called wishful thinking. >> please, please. >> and they are already getting ready with some serious road improvements on the french quarter's main streets. can i have my highlighter back? >> no. >> the contractor is promising to have the entire $11 million face-lift done by december. >> now if the saints can somehow avoid another loss in the divisional playoffs, the 49ers last year, dreams would really be coming true. new orleans is pumped to host that super bowl. we had a tough off-season, but we're coming back. who dat nation is about to rise again. >> need to find some
today. 77 people died in the twin attacks. the suspect detonated a bomb killing eight people. he then went to a youth camp on a nearby island and opened fire killing 69 more. terrified teenagers jumped in the water to escape the barrage of bullets. >> he is facing terrorism charges. >>> a south florida radio station received a letter containing a white powder. it happened at the northern police station on fillmore. someone in the department made the discovery while sorting through the mail. >> in the mail was an envelope addressed to the station here. and it contained some white powder that spilled out. >> officers cleared out the building and called the fire department to investigate. they said the white powder was not hazardous and did identify the substance. in union city, berkeley. and sand leandro all received an envelope with nontoxic white powder inside. >>> san francisco will be getting big time money. they are meeting with ed lee tomorrow morning. they plan to make a major transportation funding announcement. officials from muny and ac transit will be there. the announce
with seven children, two of whom are twins with downs syndrome. those twin girls have leukemia undergoing chemotherapy. the family is tooped out financially. their donations surpassed $25,000 in less than a month. >>> now to politics and a new report from "the washington post" that examines whether campaigns really change voters' minds. i'm joined now by the author of that article, the post's paul far hi and larry sabatosabato, gentlemen. >> hi, alex. >> paul, i will go first to you. this is a fascinating article. you write about one man who's called every popular election vote correctly, even within like 2 percentage points since 1992. tell us about that. >> yes. this is allen brom owe wits a political science professor at emery university. but he is not entirely unique. a number of forecasters do this with some precision every single election. it's because elections are themselves fairly predictable. you don't have to wait until october, you don't have to wait for the polls in november to know approximately or at least with some precision how things are going to turn out. that's what dr
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